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|FIGURE 1. Acute anterior uveitis with corneal endothelial white cell|
aggregates (black arrow) and posterior synechiae formation
(iris adhesions to the lens, white arrows).
|FIGURE 2. Traumatic iritis (anterior uveitis) after being hit in the|
eye with a baseball. He has photophobia and eye pain.
|FIGURE 5. This patient with uveitis had posterior synechiae that are|
attachments of the iris to the anterior capsule of the lens. Therapeutic
dilation broke the synechiae, but left residual pigment on the anterior
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